Is there hope for the future? Not unless we relearn what we’re supposed to be fighting for. Until then, we’re just fighting to fight, bleeding to bleed.
True patriots understand that economic liberty requires economic self sufficiency. If we turn to the government to solve our problems, we must violate our principles of Liberty and conservatism to do so.
Though bleak the night may seem, we must harden ourselves for the future of America and the Constitutional Republic given to us by our Founding Fathers.
From the ratification of the Constitution in 1788 until the middle of the Civil War in 1861, the federal government did not take a penny from the People.
As long as what American workers are paid is not in line with what they produce, then natural market forces are going to continue to force good manufacturing and textile jobs out of the United States, cutting off American workers from the good jobs that are necessary to allow unskilled and uneducated individuals to penetrate the middle class.
There are three big reports on the economy to talk about this month, including the latest Federal Reserve meeting which
Conservatism is conserving the principles of Natural Rights and Rule of Law (the basis of Natural Law), for the purposes of economic liberty, civil society, and self governance, via limited state power, as described in the Declaration of Independence and codified by the Constitution of the United States and its Amendments.